“No matter what your race, color or ethnicity, you have never looked at yourself as a part of The Divine. That will change today,” Min. Farrakhan told the packed auditorium and those viewing live Sept. 11 via internet webcast.
Minister Farrakhan's special message wrapped up three days of spiritual and physical renewal for young women of the Nation of Islam as Muslim women and girls from all across the United States and as far away as Montreal, Canada attended the three-day 2011 National Vanguard Retreat at the beautiful Indian Lakes Resort in Bloomingdale, Illinois and included a meeting and visit at the Minister's farm in Michigan.
Uniformed sisters of the MGT & GCC Vanguard—a specialized unit composed of Muslim females age 16-35—filled the entire sanctuary of Mosque Maryam and the lower level prayer room to hear guidance from the Minister on the divine nature and value of women.
“We live in the creation of God and whatever God creates is of himself, and if God is the author and source of divinity, how could He create a universe and that universe not be divine? You can't improve on anything that he created. He created it perfect,” said Min. Farrakhan.
Human beings are the only things created after God's image and likeness, said the Minister even though some Muslim scholars do not want to accept the fact that humans can reflect God's qualities. Minister Farrakhan dispatched their position with two questions. “How could you be in his image and after his likeness and not have his divine nature? Why are you justified in wearing the attributes of God if you cannot reflect those attributes that are divine?” he asked. [READ MORE]
Check out this one clip below from Minister Farrakhan's message where he's breaking down The Sacred Channel of The Woman! WOW, deep. http://youtu.be/KvyMqZFBzXc. See the full replay here.